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'Glee' Castmates and Celebs React To Naya Rivera's Terrifying Disappearance

'Glee' Castmates and Celebs React To Naya Rivera's Terrifying Disappearance.
July 10, 2020 - 10:30 / Anna Valenzuela Rosas

Glee star Naya Rivera's sudden disappearance has shaken Hollywood. With the beautiful actress being presumed drowned, her castmates and friends are holding onto hope. The Ventura County Sherriff's Department has been updating the public on the search via social media as well.

Gorgeous actress Naya Rivera's sudden disappearance has rocked Hollywood. While the sheriff's department continues to desperately search for her in and around Lake Piru, many are presuming she may have drowned and might not be found at all. Now her costars and friends are reacting to the heartbreaking reality while clinging onto hope.

Naya Rivera's Costars and Friends Are Reacting With Heartbroken Prayers

Her Glee costar Heather Morris who played Naya's love interest and eventual wife on-screen posted to her Instagram story "We need all the prayers we can get to bring our Naya back home to us. We need your love and light." She also posted a thank you to those searching for Naya on Twitter.

Jenna Ushkowitz, Naya Rivera, Chris Colfer, Chord Overstreet, Darren Criss, Kevin McHale, Amber Riley in 'The Quarterback' (Season 5, Episode 3, aired October 10, 2013).

Other Glee alumni like Harry Shum Jr., Chord Overstreet, Max Adler, Vanessa Lengies, Max George, Laura Dreyfuss, Lauren Potter, and Damian McGinty have all tweeted out their shock and hope.

Iqbal Theba who played the school principal in Glee has been making many emotional posts about his friend Naya.

Singer Demi Lovato lit a candle to pray for her friends safe return. Demi had guest-starred on the show and portrayed one of Naya's characters "Santana's" love interest.

Many stars who crossed paths with the loving mother of 4-year-old Josey are also posting messages of love and hope.

The Ventura County Sherriff has been keeping the public informed via Twitter.

A Ventura County Sheriff dive team during search and rescue Thursday at Lake Piru on July 9, 2020.